Culture Club: White Christmas
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White Christmas is one of the all-time best feel good Christmas movies and you can watch it at the Byre Theatre on 15th December!
About Culture Club: White Christmas
One of the all-time best feel good Christmas movies. White Christmas is a treasury of Irving Berlin classics, among them Sisters, Blue Skies, and, of course White Christmas itself. We don’t mind if you feel the need to sing (or hum) along. Honest.
Dir: Michael Curtiz | 1954 | UK | 2h
The screening starts at the advertised time with a special, short, seasonal Byre bonus, for you to enjoy before the main feature.
Safety is our highest priority, so, before you book, please read about our new procedures, which include:
You cannot enter the building without an appointment or ticket for an event
The café bar is closed until further notice
You must wear a mask at all times
You must sanitise your hands before entering and use the sanitising stations throughout the building
There is a one-way system round the building to help people avoid unnecessary contact with each other. You can only enter through the main doors at box office, through the arch on South Street, opposite Janetta’s. If you are a wheelchair user, you will be able to use the ramp in the close on your approach to the building, which has level access at the entrance.
Payments by card are preferred, contactless if possible
You must let us know your details for contact tracing
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